District Programs

We provide support to all students through the following services:

Bilingual Services:  If families need translation for their home language, they can contact the school or district office and a translator will be provided. Newsletters in Engish, Spanish, Ukrainian and Russian are also available.

Under state and federal civil rights laws, you have the right to access information in your language. If you have concerns about the school's interpretation or translation services - or if you were not offered an interpreter or translation you needed, you have several options.
1. Talk with your principal or a school employee you are comfortable with.
2. Talk with your school district, including Karl Olson at 360-618-6210 or [email protected]
3. Ask for help resolving your concerns from this agency.

Equity and Civil Rights Office Office of the Educational
Office of Supt. of Public Instr. Ombudsman
360-725-6162 206-729-3251
www.k12.wa.us/equity oeo.wa.gov

4. You can file a complaint, in writing, and send it to the district by mail, e-mail, or hand delivery in any language.

Title 1/Learning Assistance Program (LAP): The purposes of the Title 1 program and LAP is to improve the educational opportunities of students who are academically at-risk for achieving state standards.

Highly Capable Program:  Students in Kindergarten through 12th grade are eligible to be tested for the Highly Capable Program.

Special Education: Special education programs are available for students in preschool through age 21 who qualify.